Aleister Crowley began his Commentary on The Book of the Heart Girt with a Serpent, Liber LXV, in order to clarify the dense symbolism for his advanced students. As he worked through the text, 16 years after it had first poured through him over a few nights of wild inspiration, his notes began to build into the most complete set of instructions and advice he ever issued on attaining to the Knowledge and Conversation of Holy Guardian Angel. This phrase refers not to some form of mediumship or channeling, but a profoundly transformative and ongoing union with the Divine, which lies at the core of the Thelemic worldview.
The Commentary has rarely been in print, and the Temple is delighted to offer this edition to a wider audience. Copies are available for $20.0